FRED'S BLOG

How to Repair Common Plumbing Issues

Like death and taxes, plumbing problems are a fact of life. Some serious issues require professional plumbing assistance, but others are relatively simple fixes that homeowners can handle on their own. These are some of the most common plumbing repairs and maintenance...

Is Your A/C Unit Low on Freon?

Freon is extremely important when it comes to your A/C unit. If you want to keep your house cool during the hot summer days, pay attention to these five signs that your A/C unit could be low on freon.   1. It takes longer than usual to cool off your home Freon...

Benefits of High-Pressure Drain Cleaning

A blockage in your sink, toilet, or shower drain is a plumbing problem you don’t want to ignore. Whether the clog is due to hair, food, soap, grease, or other debris, if this seemingly simple obstruction is left to worsen untreated, it can lead to bad odors — and even...

4 Reasons to Schedule an Annual AC Tune-Up

If you want to keep your AC unit running without any problems, you need to schedule a tune up at least once a year. You might think your system is running well, but there could be small issues going unnoticed that can turn into bigger, expensive problems. Here are...

Plumbing Issues That May Require New Equipment

Sometimes fixing a plumbing issue is as simple as plunging a toilet. However, there are other instances when the necessary plumbing repairs may be more extensive and require new equipment. While this is never fun for homeowners, neglecting to replace your equipment...

What Temperature Should a Water Heater Be Set At & Why?

Your water heater plays a big role in the plumbing of your home. On average, it accounts for roughly 18% of your home’s energy bill, so in order to get the most out of your money and increase efficiency, you want to ensure that your water heater is set to the optimal...

How Do Heat Pumps Work to Heat & Cool a Home?

Your heat pump is what transfers warm air in, out, and throughout your home to keep it comfortable year-round. It consists of two pieces of equipment: an outdoor unit that absorbs and releases heat, and an indoor air handler.  Even on the coldest day of the year,...

Canady’s Free Furnace February Is Back!

February is notoriously the slowest time of year for heating and air conditioning business. So, to keep our technicians busy, Canady’s created Free Furnace February! Purchase a system from Canady’s by February 28th and get the air handler or furnace for that system...

How Do Zone Control Systems Regulate the Temperature of Your Home?

Heating & Cooling Efficiency Throughout Your Entire Home Homes that have many rooms or a divided floor plan often have trouble circulating air properly. This is especially an issue when the thermostat is located in a room that gets substantially more or less sun...

HVAC Maintenance Tips for Pet Owners

Having a pet means having a live-in furry best friend, but it also means taking on extra responsibilities as a homeowner. One easily overlooked area related to your home’s health is your HVAC system. Here are five simple tips to ensure your HVAC is working efficiently...